Puma unveiled the 2-016 colorway of their renowned Tricks collection. The collection features dual colored versions of the evoSPEED and evoPOWER silos. Sergio Agüero, Antoine Griezmann, Cesc Fàbregas, Olivier Giroud and Marco Reus are some of the players that will ‘Play Loud’ in the new looks in the coming weeks and this summer at Euro 2016 and Copa América Centenario.
The dual color concept is inspired by Rigobert Song, who laced up two different colored Puma King cleats during the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France, making a bold statement on the field.The Cameroon international said, ‘you must be bold’ to wear 2 different color cleats.
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The Puma Tricks collection aim to represent that: a desire to play loud for all the world to see.
The 2016 collection featured evoSPEED 1.5, evoSPEED SL and evoPOWER 1.3 cleats, each of them in Safety Yellow and Pink Glo colorways combined with black. Barefoot kicking principles are kept at the core of the evoPOWER boots, which also offer increased flexibility and and improved shooting power.
The evoSPEED are among the lightest shoes on the market, specially design for explosive players who ride the field like lightning.
“The Tricks boots match my style of play perfectly,” said Argentinean star striker Sergio Agüero. “Everyone went crazy for Tricks at the World Cup two years ago and PUMA has outdone itself by bringing these boots back to the pitch with the bold pink and yellow colours. I love the evoSPEED boots I am wearing at the moment – they are so lightweight you can hardly feel them on your feet but still provide a lot of support.”
“PUMA have done it again and set the style this summer with their signature bold two-colour boots!” was what Spanish midfielder Cesc Fàbregas had to say. “I’m really proud to be representing Spain in the Euros this summer, and looking forward to standing out in these boots through the tournament! There are exciting weeks ahead!”
Puma 2016 Tricks collection will be available at WorldSoccerShop starting tomorrow!